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Fresh update on "wolf" discussed on WBBM Programming
"Of the U. S open and wing foot near New York City complete and 21 year old Matthew Wolf stands atop five under par for the tournament of five under 65 for the day to put him in the lead. And what helped him was five birdies on the front nine. Bryson to Shambo two shots back, and the only other golfer under par through 54 holes. Is Louis was Tyson. Who is that one under Hideki Matsuyama? Xander shop play Harris English all at even par, but along five shots behind Matthew Wolf for the U. S Open golf lead Out of the Bears and one of the problems they have to try to solve against the New York Giants on Sunday in the home opener at Soldier Field is converting on third down coach Matt Nagy on that you could also offensively dictate some of that by just getting good at what you do, you know, and not worrying so much about what the defense does just get good at what you do and then react to what the defense gives you. The parents bring up linebacker Devante Bond from the practice squad to the active roster. Linebacker Josh Woods ruled out of the game with the Giants. Due to personal reasons. The big 10 releasing an eight game eight week football schedule with 1/9 game, depending on where the teams will finish in the division standings after those eight Illinois starting.
Boston area's Patriots to face Seahawks in Seattle
"Both teams coming off opening week wins. Quote about Kim Newton says. We'll have to be at the top of their game. We know we're going in and play a team tough defense and say all through phases to play great, You know, football together. Matthew Wolf, US A two shot lead it into today's final ran at the US Open. This sports reporter sponsored by Rocket mortgage
Fresh update on "wolf" discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"Time. 6 15 and sports with Jeff, Listen. 63 year old Trying. Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire abruptly retires one hour report of Tigers and Indians game last night, citing health reasons. He was in his third year with the Tigers. After winning six division titles with the Twins bench coach Lloyd McClendon takes over for the rest of the season tag has gotten beat Cleveland 5 to 2 there now. 3.5 bottle of final wild card spot. Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander will undergo Tommy John surgery. He has not pitched in July. 24 he liked the one pitch again before 2022 nd a East Finals Game three. Boston won 17 Miami 106. Miami leads a two games to one college football number one Clemson rolls 49 Nothing over the Citadel. Oh, and one lines at 10. Green Bay today, one PM The Packers a six point favorite game one of the Stanley Cup finals. Dallas for Tampa Bay one. NHL commissioner Gary Bettman says the start of next season may not happen now until January. U. S Open. Matthew Wolf has a two shall lead over rice and two shambo. Wolf shot a five under par 65 Saturday, hitting on Ly two fairways all day..
'Notorious RBG:' Ginsburg transcended the court to become a pop culture icon
"Calling Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a relentless litigator and an incisive jurist who inspired generations from the tidy ist tricker treaters toe law students burning the midnight oil to the most powerful leaders in the country. Ginsberg died Friday from cancer complications at the TV at the age of 87 News nation reporting, The Ginsburg felt that equal rights for all is critical. I have three granddaughters like to be take able to take out my pocket constitution and say that the equal citizenship stature of many women He's a fundamental tenet of our society. Illinois politicians weighing in on the pass is passing of justice skins. Berg Mayor Lori Lightfoot said. Ginsberg represented the finest among lawyers in our country, Governor Pritzker said. America has lost a Nikon. And our legacy will endure and 11 district 11th District U. S. Congressman Bill Foster said Ginsburg was truly a pioneer in the legal world and an American hero. Ginsburg was the second woman to sit on the high court, joining Sandra Day O'Connor in 1993. She went on to become its longest serving woman in history. She was also the first female Jewish justice indefinitely. A Liberace two skins, Berg won the respect of many conservatives with her grasp of the law and her carefully crafted opinion. And as the court shifted to the right, her scathing Descents elevated her to a pop culture icon, inspiring legions of young I'm fans and feminists to emulate her famous outspokenness 25 24 3 and her fitness routines, earning her the hip hop inspired nickname Notorious RBG. That's a B C's
Fresh update on "wolf" discussed on Coast to Coast AM
"Died yesterday. But a battle is brewing over whether a Supreme Court nomination should come so close to Election Day. It takes an average of 42 45 days for a Supreme Court nominee. Once they've been picked to get a hearing, and then about 67 to 71 days for confirmation. That means confirming someone before the election will be tough Boxes Chad program Federal officials have intercepted an envelope addressed to President Trump at the White House that contained the poison rice in that's, according to a law enforcement official investigators. We're checking to see where the envelope originated and who mailed it. The Trump Administration declares that all U. N sanctions against Iran have been restored, a move most of the rest of the world rejects is illegal. And sets the stage for an ugly show down with world body ahead of its annual General assembly. And Matthew Wolf holds a two shot lead over Bryson Do Shambo after the third round of the U. S Open. America is listening to Fox News. My pressure will stay over the central Plains for.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: US Supreme Court judge dies of cancer, aged 87
"The nation is mourning the loss of you, a Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She lost her long battle against cancer on Friday. She was 87. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski looks back at her life. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a legal pioneer. Long before she was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1993 by President Bill Clinton. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At her confirmation hearing, Ginsberg addressed head on her support of abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. Ginsberg was the court's eldest justice and once joked, emulating John Paul Stevens, who retired at age 90, Aaron Carter Ski,
Fresh "Wolf" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"The Hamilton, Ontario Band's latest album, Campfire chords that features acoustic versions of some of their favorite songs recorded from home over the past few months. When hurricane sadly made landfall near Wolf Gulf Shores, Alabama On Wednesday, The slow moving storm dropped four months of rain and only four hours the flood waters poured into residential areas where they transformed streets and yards into rivers. Resident Tina Bennett captured video of what she estimates was a 12 ft alligator swimming through her front lawn. Bennett says numerous giant Gators were streaming swimming through Residential areas during the storm, and you can check out this remarkable.
Europe Is Fighting A 2nd Wave Of Coronavirus Pandemic
"In Global Corona virus headlines, there's a new and very ominous warning about a resurgence of the virus across Europe CNN Scott. McLean. Is Monitoring the situation Scott tell us more. Wolf across Europe governments are scrambling to head off the second wave of the coronavirus which is already eclipsed the first in weekly new cases. France, and Spain of really taken the brunt of the viruses resurgence with Spain reporting one hundred thousand new cases of the virus just in the last ten days the World Health Organization calls the situation in Europe very serious and says these latest numbers ought to serve as a wakeup. Call UK is doing more tests than any other major European country, and yet it's still facing a shortage of them at the worst possible time across England nude daily Covid nineteen infections of increased one hundred and sixty seven percent in September, and now a million and a half people living in parts of north east England are facing severe new restrictions that ban almost all in-person socializing with people outside your own
Fresh update on "wolf" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"Rocket You was so big in the first two games, misses another Miami three. O'clock, It's triple zeros. Celtics get Gordon Hayward vaccine, They get their swagger back. They get their game back and they are back in the Siri's John Grand to call on the Celtics radio network 1 17 106. The Celtics win Game three. Gordon Hayward played 31 minutes off the bench after missing the past month of the sprained ankle. Hayward also said he won't leave the bubble for the birth of his fourth child. To any day now. Hockey. The Stars open up the Stanley Cup finals with for one taming of the Lightning. Anton Khudobin was phenomenal, making 35 saves 22 of them in the final period. Fairways. Just a suggestion for a Matthew Wolf, the 21 year old hit on Ly two on Saturday and still managed to tie the best score and Winged Foot in a major. A five under 65 21 year old Wolf owns a two stroke lead on Bryce Did Shambo going into Sunday's final round. Saints receiver Michael Thomas is out for Monday night's game in Las Vegas. Thomas is dealing with an ankle injury. This will be his first missed game.
Trump Again Scorns Science on Masks and Vaccines
"President Trump continues to dispute what scientists are saying about the race for a vaccine yesterday claiming the CDC Director was confused when Dr Redfield said, there would not be enough vaccines for the general public until late two, thousand and twenty one as C. N. N.'s Ryan Nobles now reports Dr Robert. Redfield today talked about his future on the job. Thank you. President trump on the road to the battleground of Wisconsin with plans for another packed rally with very few precautions in place to prevent the spread of Corona virus. The rallies which are picking up frequency symbolized the president's approach to the virus contradicting the specific guidance set out by his administration's Centers for disease, control like wearing masks, masks of problems too, and I talked about the masks have to be handled very gently very carefully. The president continues to doubt the benefit of masks despite CD director Robert Redfield telling a congressional panel in explicit terms just how valuable can be to stopping the spread I might even go so far as to say that this face mask is more guaranteed to protect me against. Cova Than when I take a covert vaccine, the disconnect on masks emblematic of the ongoing clash between the president and those tasked with containing covert. Especially when it comes to win a vaccine could be ready redfield born in Congress a reliable vaccine will take time I. Think we're probably looking at third. Late second quarter. Third. Twenty twenty one but trump claiming the doctor. Had IT wrong? I think he made a mistake when he said that it's just incorrect information. Even though trump's handpicked member of the Task Force Dr Scott Atlas agreed a widely distributed safe vaccine won't be ready by Election Day. And then the. There will be seven, hundred, million doses by end of coupon. Redfield did not back down making it clear in a statement that he meant when he said about the vaccine timeline and promising that he has no plans to step down at the same time president trump blamed blue states or states with democratic governors for the high death toll the standoff prompting swift criticism from Democrats. If you close your eyes and pretend that half the country doesn't exist, maybe some might think you didn't do such a spectacularly awful
Ex-Pence adviser on coronavirus endorses Biden in blistering ad
"The chorus of voices criticizing president trump for his inadequate handling of the coronavirus pandemic just grew one voice louder a stunning new rebuke of president trump from a former official in his own White House breaking right here on the lead she accused president trump a failing to protect the American people Olivia Troy was the top Homeland Security Adviser Vice President Mike Pence who heads the coronavirus task force she was on the Task Force from day one she says but now troy left the White House in late. July. And she is leveling some tough charges against president trump in a new video. Towards the Middle February, we knew it wasn't a matter of if Cova would become a big pandemic here in the United States. One. But the president didn't want to hear that because his biggest concern was that we were in an election year and how is this going to affect what he considered to be his record of success? The truth is he doesn't actually care about anyone else but himself. Troy. Goes on to say that president trump made a statement that she will never forget because in her view it defines who president trump is. When we were in a task force meeting presidents said, maybe this Kobe thing is a good thing I don't like shaking hands with people I don't have to shake hands with these disgusting people does discussing people are the same people that he claims to care about. Troy goes on to say that if the president had taken this virus, seriously he would have saved lives a lifelong Republican Roy says, she's now endorsing Joe
Pennsylvania Supreme Court extends mail ballot deadline
"Court, extending the deadline for mail in ballots. The ruling will have a significant impact on when the Commonwealth vote count is finalized as we're from Kevin Abuse suburban bureau chief Jim Amore. Mail in ballots have to be postmarked by eight PM Election Day November 3rd, But they'll be counted as long as they arrive at county elections offices by Friday, November 6th. That's according to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's opinion in a case brought by Pennsylvania Democrats. The decision also says counties can use ballot drop boxes. Governor Wolf says they're reviewing the decision, but overall I think it really makes the access to voting. Better on so I welcome the decision. The opinion also says state law that requires poll watchers on Leigh servant counties where they live is constitutional. The suit also requested if there were errors on a ballot, the voter be contacted to correct, but the court says that's an issue for the Legislature, not for the judiciary. It does say the law's clear, though, if someone fails to use the so called secrecy envelope that inside enveloped the balance returned in that ballot can be tossed and not counted. At the the suburban suburban suburban bureau bureau bureau Jim Jim Jim Mel Mel Mel work. work. work. Okay, Okay, Okay, what what what W W W news news news Radio Radio Radio 3021 3021 3021
Trump disputes CDC head's vaccine timeline and mask claims
"We're standing by for president trump to take reporter's questions and a White House briefing that's about to begin it follows the president's townhall last night in which he once again downplayed the importance of mass and prevent the spread of the coronavirus today the head of the CDC. Said mass may offer people even more protection than a potential vaccine all that coming up and let's start with the coronavirus pandemic right now. Nick is Los Angeles for US Nick, relearning more and more about plans when a vaccine and we hope it'll be soon becomes available. That's right. Wolf the White House goal anyway to twenty four hours of the green light from the FDA they hope to begin distributing doses to vaccine locations now. States have been told to be ready for that as early as November, but there are still so many questions remaining just one of them, but it's a big one will enough Americans trust this vaccine will enough. Americans. Will enough. Americans take this vaccine for it to really make a difference. Limited targeted supply of vaccine might be available before the end of the year but in enough arms to really make a difference I think we're probably looking at third. Late second quarter third quarter. Twenty twenty one and there still could be plenty pitfalls in this process AstraZeneca recently, polls trials. Again, after an illness in a volunteer CNN has now obtained an internal company documents detailing that after a second dose, a previously healthy woman in her thirties was diagnosed with transverse my lightest rare neurological disorder the company had claimed that diagnosis was never confirmed. Absolutely critical that. The American public have complete transparency is about the these clinical trials if and when we get a vaccine in terms of a principal in an aspiration, it'll be that no American has to pay a single dime out of pocket to get a vaccine. Listen to this I might even go so far as to say that this mask is more guaranteed to protect me against Cova. Then, when I take a Cova vaccine if I don't get an immune response to vaccines, not going to protect me this facemask will the latest national numbers we have for just yesterday aren't great nearly forty, thousand new cases. One, thousand, two, hundred, ninety, three lives lost the most in a month one wedding in Maine now linked to at least one, hundred, seventy, six cases, and the deaths of seven people who didn't even attend the event. These are all individuals who got cova from somebody who was at the wedding or somebody who got it from somebody else at the wedding fifty thousand cases and counting on college campuses at least five colleges that opened. In. person have moved to online only as cases manned. That's wrong. Says the President's adviser Dr Scott Atlas in New York Post op ED universities should stay open even when they see an increase in cases, signs tells us that young adults are at extremely low risk for serious illness or death from covid nineteen CDC data does show of the more than one hundred, ninety, six, thousand Americans killed by Covid three, hundred, ninety-seven were under age twenty five but the jury is still out on how they act as vectors for this virus. Still the big ten will now after pressure from the president and others play football this full but no fans in the stands. And, we'll more evidence that the black and Brown community is still being hit the hardest by this virus. Now, hospitalizations rates among the latter next population in this country, more than four times, the white population and that according to Dr. Anthony Fauci, today he called that extraordinary and
Trump says U.S. could start distributing a coronavirus vaccine in October, contradicting CDC’s timeline
"Let's start with the coronavirus pandemic right now. Nick is Los Angeles for US Nick, relearning more and more about plans when a vaccine and we hope it'll be soon becomes available. That's right. Wolf the White House goal anyway to twenty four hours of the green light from the FDA they hope to begin distributing doses to vaccine locations now. States have been told to be ready for that as early as November, but there are still so many questions remaining just one of them, but it's a big one will enough Americans trust this vaccine will enough. Americans. Will enough. Americans take this vaccine for it to really make a difference. Limited targeted supply of vaccine might be available before the end of the year but in enough arms to really make a difference I think we're probably looking at third. Late second quarter third quarter. Twenty twenty one and there still could be plenty pitfalls in this process AstraZeneca recently, polls trials. Again, after an illness in a volunteer CNN has now obtained an internal company documents detailing that after a second dose, a previously healthy woman in her thirties was diagnosed with transverse my lightest rare neurological disorder the company had claimed that diagnosis was never confirmed. Absolutely critical that. The American public have complete transparency is about the these clinical trials if and when we get a vaccine in terms of a principal in an aspiration, it'll be that no American has to pay a single dime out of pocket to get a vaccine. Listen to this I might even go so far as to say that this mask is more guaranteed to protect me against Cova. Then, when I take a Cova vaccine if I don't get an immune response to vaccines, not going to protect me this facemask will the latest national numbers we have for just yesterday aren't great nearly forty, thousand new cases. One, thousand, two, hundred, ninety, three lives lost the most in a month one wedding in Maine now linked to at least one, hundred, seventy, six cases, and the deaths of seven people who didn't even attend the event. These are all individuals who got cova from somebody who was at the wedding or somebody who got it from somebody else at the wedding fifty thousand cases and counting on college campuses at least five colleges that opened. In. person have moved to online only as cases manned. That's wrong. Says the President's adviser Dr Scott Atlas in New York Post op ED universities should stay open even when they see an increase in cases, signs tells us that young adults are at extremely low risk for serious illness or death from covid nineteen CDC data does show of the more than one hundred, ninety, six, thousand Americans killed by Covid three, hundred, ninety-seven were under age twenty five but the jury is still out on how they act as vectors for this virus. Still the big ten will now after pressure from the president and others play football this full but no fans in the stands.
Perfectly preserved prehistoric cave bear discovered on Russian Arctic island
"Have just discovered a completely preserved extinct cave bear the ice age cave bear species, Ursus SPILEA S-, which went extinct about fifteen thousand years ago is itself between twenty, two, thousand to thirty, nine, thousand, five, hundred years old and was discovered in the melting permafrost of the of Ski Islands the Southernmost Group of the new Siberian islands. The bear originally found by reindeer herders still has its nose teeth and internal organs intact. It is the first wholly intact cave bear specimen scientists having previously only found skeletons. Quoting Science Alert Cave bears roamed while most of Europe and Asia. Were covered in glaciers sharing the landscape with mammoths, sabertooth cats, and giant ground sloths. The creatures were massive males could weigh up to one ton, which is about five hundred pounds heavier than the largest bears alive today and quote this particular species is believed to be an ancient relative of the Modern Day Brown bear and this specimens precise age will be confirmed wants radiocarbon analysis is done by the team at Eastern Federal University and you could. As the planet warms and more discoveries are being made in the permafrost other fines in recent years include a cave bear cub of forty thousand year old Wolf's head two lion cubs in eighteen, thousand year old puppy, and of course, the remains of woolly mammoths.
Los Angeles Deputy Saved Partner's Life After Ambush Shooting While Injured
"Tonight. We're learning new details about the shooting ambush that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies severely wounded. Let's bring. Sarah, she's on the scene for a Sarah one of the deputies actually saved your partners life while she was bleeding from face wound. Tell us what happened. It was absolutely incredible. Both of the deputies are still alive partly because of the reaction by thirty one year old mother of a six-year-old, both deputies still here in critical but stable condition. And incredible show of bravery, a thirty, one year old La, a sheriff's deputy profusely bleeding from a bullet to the face is seen helping save her twenty four year old partner. She applies a tourniquet to his bloodied arm and helps him move behind a pillar to avoid taking on more fire. Both have already been shot multiple times. Surveillance video shows the ambush a shooter fires into. Their car while they sit in their vehicle outside a stop and calm ten female deputy after getting shot both of them four five times her with a broken jaw in the face stepped out gave a tourniquet to her fellow deputy who had been shot in the head is well, probably saved his life while calling for help she and her partner had just become deputies fourteen months ago. I'll pointer the mother of a six-year-old is seen here. She proudly graduated from the Police Academy and Twenty One thousand nine hundred as they are recovering from their injuries at the hospital a callous call for their death by a gathering of about I people outside the hospital. The leader of the group that calls itself L. as Africa town coalition says he hopes the shooting is in retaliation for the shooting of black and Brown people by the. The most recent shooting sparked protests in Compton when deputies shot Dijon, Kizzie for an alleged bicycle. The family says Kizzie was shot in the back and investigation is still underway visit star of retribution. Very. Good start. The Ell ast has faced serious controversy over the years. It's sheriff convicted of lying in twenty sixteen was fired and jailed. There has also been a lawsuit brought accusing deputies of forming a gang inside the department. The most recent accusation and a complaint by a deputy whistle blower said in a deposition deputies formed a gang called the executioners incompetent. He says, they supported the same tattoos and used excessive force on suspects me being a field training officer. Supervisor and I have to. report this this behavior, this sheriff Deputies Union responded to those claims, the accusations of there being criminal gangs within the sheriff's department. That's ridiculous. But Union Representative Hernandez and some longtime content residents say the idea of retaliation like this is sickening to the to the people the group that came out here and and screamed we hope you die that in itself is also pathetic maybe not. As bad as the guy that actually pulled the trigger, but it's just as bad. We don't want those police officers to die. You know we don't want that. That's a tragedy and our prayers go out for those officers and their families. Yes. As the issue you know we, we believe that there should be some kind of reform police department. You know what to make it better for everybody.
UN chief names COVID, a ceasefire, and climate as UN75 priorities
"Let's make sure. That we have a global ceasefire, let's make sure that you'll have a vaccine and let's make sure that when we rebuild our economies through so. Fifteen. This. Is Colin from U. N.. News. September marks the most high profile period in the calendar the opening of the new General Assembly. session. This year is a special, the organization as it reaches its seventy fifth year. But preparations of overshadowed by the global. covid nineteen pandemic which has led to practically all of the events surrounding the general debates of the General Assembly being moved online. Ahead of the opening, you news may Yakub sense down an appropriate distance with the UN Secretary General Antonio Guitarist in this special that his own podcast find out what he wants to get out of the event and what can be salvaged from a year ridden with multiple crises. May began the interview on the subject that can't be ignored covid nineteen and Austin UN chief to assess global progress so far I'm very worried. I mean the pandemic Sean, the enormous fragility of the world's the not only ration- tool. The coffee that I mean, we have friend Julia. Climate Change to the lawlessness in cyberspace even to the risks of nuclear proliferation to the impacts of inequality. In the cohesion of societies but the the vitals that is a microscopic vitals has put us on our knees, and unfortunately, these should lead to a lot of humility in world leaders and to unity and solidarity fighting the coverage. Now that as we know unit, each country has adopted some strategy and we see the result, the vitals as progress to hear, and at the same time, there is not enough solidarity in relation to the developing countries and we see all in the. People are suffering so much and to a certain extent disease negative for everybody because. If we are not able to address properly the COVID also in developing countries. The vitals goes back and forth and. We will pay a heavy price even in the richest countries in the world. What would you hope government and community to do to overcome and emerge stronger? We need everybody to work together in cooperation, and now we have a good test and the test is the treatment and the vaccine. It is absolutely essential that the vaccine be considered a global public good people's vaccine and that we want have a competition of countries trying to get as many vaccines as possible for themselves. Forgetting about those that have less resources, we need a vaccine for everybody everywhere in affordable. The conditions because we will only be safe everybody's safe to think that we can preserve the rich people and let the people suffer. It's a it's a stupid mistake because there is no way. Everybody will not pay heavy price if not everybody is properly. Supported by the vaccination. On Climate Change Covid nineteen may have diverted attention and resources away from the urgent need for climate action and you have said categorically, people have to raise their voices. Business has to their site. Major emitters need to do more to save our planet. You'd recently said call is going up in smoke. What are three key things that must be done immediately for the Paris accord to work and the word to shift skier so we What is our objective? The objective has been defined by the scientific community. We absolutely must limit the growth in temperature to one point, five degrees namely at the end of the century for that, we need to have coronal throw in twenty fifty, and for that, we need to have a reduction of about forty five percents of emissions in the next. So the objectives clear. How can we reach them? We need a total commitment special if the big images to all the transformation elections, inanity, negative culture, you need history in transportation in all his whole life. We need transformational actions that make it possible to reach those objectives and it's very simple. We should stop spending money taxpayers, money and subsidies for fossil fuels. We should massively invest in renewable energy because it's cheaper, it's most profitable. It's it's not only the right thing to do is the best economic sink to do We need to stop the construction of coal plants we need to invest. In. New Forms of mobility namely through electric cars we've invested in either login that is the will of the future. And at the same time, we need to conduct the. Protection of Biodiversity Protection of forests transformation. In formations in our agriculture In, all these aspects we need to work together with a common strategy and with the clear objective, we need to be carbon neutral in twenty fifty. The twenty thirty deadline set for the achievement of these seventeen sustainable goals is really not too far away. How should world leaders refocused efforts? To achieve a disease after all, it's our blueprint. For a more sustainable and equitable planet, we'll because of the covid nineteen in the needles to recover economists, we are spending trillions of dollars at the present moment. So if you are spending billions of dollars, let's do it in line with the sustainable development goals that's fluid in line with agenda twenty thirty. Let's rebuilt. Is Better. With more equity fighting inequality, more sustainability, fighting climate change and all the other aspects of relevant in this Central Government Wolves beat the delegation of poverty be to the protection of the oceans beat. Seems ready to education to health to governance. So the the cover these threats is a problem, but it is also an opportunity because as to change. We can change in the right direction as we are mobilizing massive resources to rebuild. We can rebuilt in the right direction and our blueprint must be the agenda twenty thirty and disassembly Robbins schools. The UN has been around for seventy five years and you've called on everyone to participate actively in the UN seventy-five conversations. especially, those not often heard including youth you have spoke to you. But. Also, you were often in listening mode. What encouraged you from those conversation with us A very strong commitment of us to International Corporation The Yankees much more cosmopolitan than my generation. They feel universalist approach to problems. They understand that we need to be together and so the stand that we need a stronger multi-lateralism but the multi-lateralism that is also multilateralists in which they can participate a decision making. And these very strong commitment of the young people to ideas like universal coverage to ideas like the climate action to ideas like more justice inequality in our societies gender equality. Fight Against Racism all these aspects show a very. Young people. That is the biggest hope I ever to our. Common. Future. Some twenty-five years ago the Beijing Declaration was a historic turning point for advancing the rights of women. But Millennia of Patriarchy have resulted in a male dominated world. What would you like to see men do to ensure we have gender policy party and equality men must understand that it is these are. Not only of women to have gender equality agenda parody because the world will be better. It is relieving a male dominated world with a male dominated culture. That is why it is so important Indian which parity and we have done it at top level, but we need to do it everywhere. There is essentially a question of power. And we need to have I. don't like to use empowering women. It looks like we're giving bullet women. Power novel is not given it's taken, but we need to have women moving in order to assert their role in society, and we need men understanding that that is a positive thing for them. Mr. You've spoken passionately about inequalities and justice. The. Cause of many unfortunately problems in the war today. What are some of the most damaging example of these and how can multilaterism be the answer for all humankind to benefit it's very shocking from the point of view of wealth and income to see percents of humankind having more resources than off of the world's population. But I would say the most shocking aspects of inequality are not necessarily linked to money. It's equality linked to discriminations in relation to gender inflation to. Racist. Innovation to religion insulation to. People with this with ability in addition to the LGBTQ community. I mean we need to have a society in which cohesion is all objectives which we need to invest in the collision to make every community indigenous communities. Minorities in societies, every community to feel that their identities respected but they also they are part of the society as a whole. Mr Finally the ward the last word is for you. This is a virtual general assembly. Devoid from the usual trump far. But full of urgency and Gravitas and hope. What would you want? Would leaders and the public to take away from this UN Jason Of course many things, but if I would have to choose. Priorities I would say, let's make sure. That we have a global ceasefire. Let's make sure that you'll have a vaccine that is a global public good at People's vaccine, and let's make sure that when we rebuild our economies new to each governor. That was UN Secretary General Antonio guitarfish speaking to you a news current unit chief May Yaacob for the special three. UN. General Assembly addition of our flagship podcast the zone. I'm Connor Lennon thanks for
Philadelphia - Gov. Tom Wolf's pandemic restrictions are unconstitutional, Pennsylvania judge rules
"Judge has ruled that some of governor wolves orders to fight the spread of covert 19 are unconstitutional. Cable. I w. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Mel work reports the rulings in response to a suit brought by four Western counties who argue Governor Wolf's limit on the size of gatherings violates the First Amendment enforcing non essential businesses too close violates the 14th amendment. Judge Williams Stick man appointed to the federal bench last year by President Trump says while the measures were put in place with good intentions, good intentions aren't enough writing the liberties protected by the Constitution. Are not fair weather freedoms in place when times are good, but able to be cast aside in times of trouble, Judge Stick man writes. The restrictions were initially designed to flatten the curve and protect the health care system. But since then they've become open ended and ongoing the governor's offices they plan to appeal and to request to stay. They say This decision does not affect the July order that puts limitations on bars and restaurants. Nor does it change the mandatory mask order. They say it specifically applies to the business closure and stay at home orders for March at the
Climate science denier appointed to top position at NOAA
"We're also following the controversy over a client climate science denier who's reportedly appointed to a top climate position in the US. Government C. N. N.'s Brian Todd is joining us right now Brian critics say this is a rather dangerous pick for such a key position right? Wolf critics including scientific watchdog groups are pouncing on this appointment tonight of David Lee Gates. Those critics say this appointment is especially troubling now in the middle of the wildfires, the hurricane season and the coronavirus pandemic. As record-setting wildfires. States as America's southern coast continued to get pounded by more frequent hurricanes. President trump continues his assault on climate science it'll start getting cooler. You just watch and the president's time is facing blistering criticism tonight for reportedly appointing a climate science denier to a top position at America's preeminent weather and climate agency David Lee. Gates has been tapped to be a top deputy at the National Oceanic atmospheric administration known as Noah that's according to NPR and the Washington Post. This is a dangerous pick for Noah because it threatens the thousands of Noah scientists who conduct and communicate climate science. Every day La- Gates has a long record of accepting fossil fuel industry funds and spreading disinformation about climate science according to the Post League Gates was once forced out of job as the state of Delaware's. climatologist because of his research paid for in part by the fossil fuel industry, which cast doubt on the science showing that the burning of coal and other fuels were main factors in climate change at a House hearing last year Lee Gates openly disputed the belief of many climate scientists that carbon dioxide is mainly responsible for heating up the planet that has little to do with carbon dioxide as the demise of the little ice age and warring conditions we've had due to increasing son according to NPR in two thousand, seven league gates helped author a paper funded partially by the oil industry that question scientific findings about the role, of climate change. In destroying polar bears habitats, he now heads to an agency Noah which watchdog groups say has a long history of nonpartisan, very credible work in providing the country with weather and climate information. What kind of effect could lead gates have it? Noah. One watchdog group sites the trump administration's appointments a former fossil fuel industry lobbyists to head the EPA and the Department of the Interior and they have retired there we've seen a altered of reunifications on climate change. We've seen climate websites removed. We've seen climate scientists gagged from communicating with the media and the public critics say this is only the latest move in trump's pattern of denying or trying. To suppress science, he announced that the US would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. He's dismantled regulations on greenhouse gas and auto emissions Noah itself has at least once shown it couldn't withstand trump's pressure when a branch of the National Weather Service corrected trump's erroneous predictions for hurricane Doreen last year, which he later displayed with a sharpie threatening Alabama Noah disavowed that correction we have data wars going on data is being politicized, but one side of the other being weaponized and when you get into that point were the public can't tell who's telling the truth. It undermines democracy undermines a kind of trust that you need to make a democracy work. CNN reached out multiple times to David Lee Gates to know to the Commerce Department which oversees no and to the White House for response to the criticisms of La-. Gates's appointment. We didn't hear back from any of them but one board member of the conservative think tank the heartland institute which downplays the Climate Change Threat which David Gates is a member of told us that La- Gates will provide much-needed science sanity at Noah which this board member claims. has been taken over by quote climate
Why pet pigs are more like wolves than dogs
"Starring John that Timmy and of course, laughing. It's a classic television trope. Timmy is fallen down a well lassie save him herself. So she runs defined help. Actually. Timmy never did fall down a well in the entire run of the TV show. But the idea that a dog could seek help from a human does have a solid basis in science in what's known as the unsolvable task experiment. A dog I learns how to open a puzzle box with a tasty treat inside. The puzzle is secretly switched for another that's impossible to solve. After becoming frustrated dogs, shift their attention away from the puzzle and onto a nearby human than back to the puzzle. The dog attempts to shift the humans attention to the puzzle as request for help human infants do the same thing. Such efforts are called Referential Communication. So of dogs behave this way, you might expect the same from their close relatives wolves. But when researchers tested wolves raised by humans, the animals just kept trying to solve the puzzle never seeking help since the dogs and wolves were all raised. The same way by the same people domestication must be responsible for the behavior. So researchers began studying domesticated creatures, other animals, species like some horses boats have been Stephen this this. There were no dieted combinations with those Paula Peres Fraga and he thala gist at. Lawrence University in Hungary. Pet Cats respond more like wolves, dogs, cats are domesticated, but they are not social like dogs and wolves pigs however are social. When big save in the wine or even like why endorse this animals lives in group on they need to communicate. We've they're gonNA specifics to be able to leave, which is why the researchers decided compare pet dogs with pet pigs. While the pigs revealed, they work capable of referential communication. They didn't actually turn to people for help. Once. The test became unsolvable. They acted more like wolves determined to find a solution on their own. The results were published in the journal Animal Cognition. Well, the medication man's is slightly to leave the days Connecticut change in the in the species from their wild relatives, and normally these genetic change has appear because of human pressure most domesticated animals, including dogs, cats, horses, goats, foxes, and so on. Show similar anatomical and physiological changes associated with domestication. But Franca says, her study shows that the domestication process can precede along different pathways in different animals and that could explain by domestication and sociality alone can't explain why dogs react the way they do when faced with an unsolvable puzzle. Fraga thinks that it could be related to their domestication history. Their domestication was different speaks has been domestic. Normally. Like mostly for being us meets resource. It was only later that we started treating some pigs as pets dogs on the other hand were treated as companion animals from almost the beginning which appears to explain their willingness to ask for help.
‘Nomadland’ Wins Top Prize at the Venice Film Festival
"Could walk There's Frances McDormand in Nomad Land, directed by Chloe's Oh, the film Scoring top prize, The Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in Italy. In accepting the award by a video thanks to covert 19 travel restrictions, all reflective of a slimmed down version of a festival that normally would see throngs of stars and paparazzi and attendance for Nomad land. It's still a win as buzz starts for the 2021 Oscar race. The film opens December for McDormand plays a widow rebuilding her life after the 2008 recession. Correspondent Matt Wolf wins used on 8 39.
Apple Confirms New App Store Policies on Updates
"Nona you gotTa do what we tell you to do, and in fact, that's what the next story is about Apple's new APP store guidelines. Were recently announced they made some changes they claimed that hey. Oh, we heard you. We know what we hear about this Google Stadia Slash X. Cloud. We know you want to do game streaming facebook wants to do game streaming like Wool Wolf. We'll do something for you and then I read the I read the details I'm like you didn't you didn't do anything whether they do they do anything. They said, okay listen they said it's cool. You can be on the platform. But every game that's available in your streaming APP must also be downloadable directly from the APP store and every game update must be submitted to apple individually before a company can stream it to its users
Why Do Dogs Have Tails?
"I'm Jane Lindholm On this podcast, you ask the questions and it's our job to find interesting people to answer them. In this episode, we're talking all about dogs. Now, if you WANNA learn about cats check out our companion episode that episode includes some amazing facts about how cats communicate with humans in a special language they make up with their own individual human family. But in this episode, we're going to stick to barks instead of meows. Lots of your dog questions had a common theme you to know about some of the ways that dogs are different from humans. Jessica Heckman is a veterinarian and a dog researcher and she has a blog called the dog Zombie because she's obsessed with dog brains studying them not eating them anyway I. Guess You could say she's a dog scientists and she's here to answer your questions. Our first one comes from Margot who is five and lives in Amherst Massachusetts. Why did Adopt Tales That's a great question Margot whenever someone asked a question about why does one type of animal look one way and is set up one way and why is another type of animal built a different way the way I like to think about it is talking about that difference why? Why what we use it for? So dogs ancestors, wolves, ancient wolves had to run to catch their dinner and tales helps them balanced when they ran so that was they had them back. Then and dogs some dogs still do have to run as part of their job, right? Like she herding dogs have to do a fair amount of running but dogs also use their tails to communicate. So that's another good reason they have tails. They don't use noises quite as much to communicate as humans do but they use body language a lot more than humans do. So with dogs a tale, it's really high means I'm confident a tale that's held low means I'm. Nervous a tale that's really clamped rate underneath there but means please don't smell my but right now and also I'm really scared and then a wagging tail something all really familiar with because it can mean that the dog is happy but also you can see it in angry dogs I would just caution you to be really careful when you see a wagging tail overall, we try to look at the whole dog, not just the tail to interpret body language but the tail. Is definitely a very important part of the dogs tools for speaking why might dog wag its tail when it's happy or when it's mad? Why would drag tail for both possibilities I think from the dogs perception that they might be seeing something different from a wagging tail than we do. They have this very complex set of tools that they use in body language and we as humans because we're not dogs. We just have trouble fully interpreting that and so I think that. A. Wagging. Tail. It might look a little bit different to them with the dog is happy than if the dog is angry and we as humans might just not be able to perceive those differences. And sometimes, I think a dog who is angry or alarmed or considering that they might possibly by you will wag its tail almost as an appeasement gesture to say like Hey I'm not a threat I'm not don't hurt me but they might still be thinking I'm kind of scared of you and I'm prepared to bite if you come any closer. So it's just It's just always important to look at the whole dog to look at his face and his eyes, and you know how he's holding the rest of his body and not just the tail hello money aller five, six years old I live in Falls Church Virginia and my question is why thumbs up partner Paul. Hi Alex well I think dogs have their thumbs up on their paws to keep them out of their way because they are basically walking on their hands rates they're using their four limbs for something differently than what we use them for horses by the way have taken this to extreme they walk just on the tips of their middle three fingers. Into hooves. So I almost feel like it might be a better question to say why are human thumbs so far forward rather than why our dog thumb so far back we're actually the ones that are unusual. Because humans and other primates like monkeys and apes we have this unusual hand that we use to hold things because we evolved to climb rate, and so we would use our hands to climb up a tree and then humans are thumbs are are even more different than in other primates because we have these very complex hands that are good for really delicate work like holding pencil and things like that. So we're actually the unusual one but yeah, they they walk around their paws obviously and they don't want their thumbs to get in the way.
"wolf" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"I just had one other point that I think it is important underscored separate issue and that is Countries that are trying to interfere as we speak with the election process that we're in right now. The fact that he said that he believes based on the intelligence that he says, he's seen it is China. That is much more aggressive. Now than Russia that flies in the face of CNN's reporting and others that it is actually Russia's still just like in two thousand sixteen that is far more aggressive and we know that China is the country that the trump administration and more. Importantly, the trump campaign is trying to use as a campaign issue against Joe, Biden and to use it. As against really the corona virus and against everything that they hand to show the ills of this country. That is not Donald Trump's fault. But another entity or countries fault and I thought that was very fascinating that he leaned so far into that all you have to do wolf is look at the statement that was issued by bill, Evans who's the top? Official of the Director National Intelligence who's handling the election security and he said that the Russians are actively interfering to hurt the Biden campaign what he said about what the Chinese and the Iranians are doing is that they are they have a preference for president trump to lose the election So if you listen to that, if you read that statement, what you see is that there's one country that is actively interfering in. The current election according to that public statement from the deny and that is Russia. Now, look the Chinese are serious threat and I think the attorney general was trying to portray that without divulging intelligence. But you know I think it is an issue that you know he's trying to draw distinction that Bill Evans is not making your voice sort of kind of downplayed it. Right? He was talking about this idea of you kind of. Hack something, hacking email, and dump information, and then social media. We obviously know from what we saw in twenty sixteen. This can be can be very complex a million dollar operations, all sorts of people out of Russia and so that was interesting but again, I, think this is. Donald Trump Gothi attorney general he wanted in bill bar he was obviously dissatisfied with Jeff Sessions..
"wolf" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Just heard from the Attorney General William Borrow my exclusive one on one interview our correspondents and analysts are with us. Evan Perez you cover the Justice Department for us what jumped out at you. Wolf. Look I've known the Attorney General for for many years and one of the things that we've noticed this time around he's serving as the attorney general in the president trump is that we often have the president goes out and says sometimes outlandish things and then the attorney general tries to figure out a way to make that true and we've seen that repeatedly. In the last few months, the president went out and talked about how ANTIFA was responsible for all of violence. What we've seen in the intervening months, we've seen a number of cases involving some right wing groups of Google movement that Dave been carrying out attempted terrorist attacks including in. Las Vegas have been a number of cases we've seen very few people associated with ANTIFA. The attorney. General Go. Focuses on the ANTIFA of violence or anything related to it, and we've also seen you know the president talk recently in the last few days about. People clad in black trying to fly into Kenosha in other localities to carry out violence and I was stunned to see the attorney general sort of try to hang some measure of truth to what the President seemed to be passing on, which was a conspiracy theory that has been living on facebook I don't know that even inside the Justice Department or at the FBI people have the evidence to back this up the attorney general. Sort of was trying to grasp at straws to try to make that true and that's part of the problem wolf with the attorney general why he's perceived in the way he is. He's very defensive when people accuse him of trying defend the president being there simply for for the sake of the president and it's incidents like what we just saw today that make people make that accusation and I think that's one of the problems for this attorney general. Jeffrey Toobin was interesting that he seemed to. Defend what the president was suggesting over these past couple of days were these groups of individuals flying into Washington and they were plotting to violence at the.
"wolf" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"I asked the question because US intelligence officials have said they've seen no information or intelligence that foreign countries where the Russia or Galilee asked the question. But I have answered that question several times says, no, I don't have any information because this is the first time we tried such a thing. During your tenure as Attorney General of the United States, how many indictments you brought against people committing voter fraud I couldn't tell you off the top of my head, but several I know a handful. I can't I don't know several. Does it sound like too many? I don't know I. Don't know how many we have. I know there are a number of investigations right now. Some very big ones in states. The president also has said and I'm. Quoting. Him directly that he's ready to send sheriff's law enforcement and US attorneys to polling places on election day you're the attorney general can the president do that legally? I it depends if he's responding to a particular criminal threat. He says he's just wants to do it as a I I didn't hear him say that. The Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf set on CNN we don't have any authority to do that right? That's what he specifically said. Well if there was no, there was A. Specific investigative danger that we that we detected some problem and risk as you raise that possibility with you to send justice and law enforcement to polling places on election day. November third now as a precaution now but sometimes, they have been in the past to enforce civil rights because he said we're GONNA send share. We, we've done so in the past and for civil rights to make sure that people were not being. Harassed and and there was no suppression of vote against African Americans. Let's talk a little bit about foreign interference Russia's specifically the top. Elections official in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Our Office of National Intelligence revealed publicly last month that Russia is working to help president trump get elected while both China and Iran prefer Joe Biden to win. First of all, do accept that Russia is once again interfering in the US presidential election. I accept that there. There are some preliminary activity that suggests that they might try again. What does that mean? But that's all I'm saying. You think that Russia is the you see you've seen intelligent it wouldn't surprise. It wouldn't surprise me if Russia tries something again. Of the same General John Roth before I mean this influence basically is two kinds of things. It's hacking dumb. You get into someone's mail system then try to disclose embarrassing documents wouldn't surprise me if they try something like that or any other country tries it. The other way is you know social media and putting things add on social because the intelligence community says Russia China and Iran are seeking to interfere in the US presidential for various reasons but mostly they want so descent in our country exacerbate racial tensions, etc. that of those three countries that the intelligence community has pointed to Russia China and Iran, which is the most the sort of the most aggressive in this area..
"wolf" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"My message to them would be what it would be to all Americans, which is in cases where it's possible or there's concern over excessive force we have a process in this country to make that determination and involves initially the state looking at it, and also the federal government, and we are investigating it and That should follow due process and be fair to everybody including the police officer. And violence is not appropriate. Our justice system has to respond to Analysis reason. US Not mob violence. So you testified that you think you understand the conversations. This is when you were testifying before Congress that black parents have with their children about racism in this country how do you think African American parents around the country explain to their kids what exactly happened to Jacob Blake, for example, and why police officer had his knee on George. Floyd's neck for almost nine minutes. I'm not GonNa Talk About Blake the Blake case or not because I think it's different than the floyd. Case different well, floyd was already subdued incapacitated in handcuffs and was not armed in the in the Jacob case, he was in the midst of committing a felony and he was armed. So That's a big difference. His plan for family says he was an armed. Well I think there may have been a knife in the car, but he was an armed when he was shot well, the that's what his family and his lawyers. I stated what I believe is to be the difference and that's why I don't want. I don't want I. Don't want I don't want I don't want to talk about if they're interchangeable. Okay. Now I I did say that I think that there appears to be a phenomenon in the country where African Americans feel that they're treated when. They're stopped by police frequently as suspect before they are treated as citizens I don't think that that necessarily reflect some deep-seated racism in police departments or most police officers. I think the same kind of behavior is done by African American police officers I. Think There are stereotypes I think people operate very frequently according to stereotypes and I think it takes extra precaution and the on the part of law enforcement. To make sure we don't reduce people to stereotypes we treat them as individuals. Because on this program Jacob Lake senior the father said there were two justice systems in our country..
"wolf" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"This is CNN breaking news at welcome to our viewers here in the United States and around the World Wolf. In the situation room, we're joined this hour by the Attorney General of the United States William Bar Attorney General thank you so much. Well coming in I. Know You're incredibly busy. We have a lot to talk about I wanNA talk about Wisconsin in Oregon but I wanNa Start and get your reaction to what we heard from the president of the United. States. About you last night listen to this. Bill. Bar. Can Down as the greatest attorney general in the history of country. or he can go down it's just another guy it depends. Is it appropriate for the president of the United States to be putting pressure on you In in the way he clearly did. I don't feel any pressure from that. You don't think he's trying to pressure you into going forward with the indictments in criminal charges and stuff like that. No. That's you know when we talk in private, he doesn't talk like that. So. He doesn't talk like that you privately, but publicly he is but is it appropriate for president of the United States to be speaking like that publicly about the? What's what do you think is inappropriate that what he let me play another clip this is what he said three weeks ago or so elaborate listen to this. I. Hope they're not going to be politically correct and I hope they do because the fact is this was president. Obama. Knew everything Vice President Biden as dumb as he may be he knew everything and everybody else do everything they spied. On my campaign, which is treason they spied both before and after I won Bill Bach and go down as the greatest attorney general, the history of our country or he can go down as just an average guy it depends on what's going to happen I. See smiling. But I I sort of responded to that by saying that you know if I was really concerned about being politically correct that wouldn't joined the administration and also I held a press conference and said that neither President Obama or Vice President Biden were under investigation, but that's hopefully that's. Appropriate, you've worked for another President President George H W Bush is it appropriate for a president to be urging you to launch criminal investigations against his political opponents? Well, we he has. I didn't take that as launching a criminal investigation. We're we're reviewing the Russia gate thing and I think he's interested in the results of it but I didn't think it was appropriate for either Vice President Biden, or Camila Harris to call for the charging of a police officer before that matters reviewed and all the facts..
"wolf" Discussed on The Wild
"Middle ground between them, these guys are finding it. And Jake knows they don't have to agree on everything. Daniel and I have been there a hundred times. Daniel has. Hundred percent different beliefs than I. Have we agree on a lot? And there's some things that we don't agree on. So I guess in my little world. You could put Daniel one enemy at the other end, but by US growing how we've grown. And getting to know each other. He knows where I am and I know where he is. We're. In the Middle Visit Trust. A, huge. Huge is. Definitely a huge part. I would say. Respect to respect my and I know that. Dan would love a future for both wolves and cattle here. and Dan and Jake's relationship show it could be possible to very different guys brought together by the very animal that separates them. Dan's time in this community has helped him see that there is actually an opportunity a smarter way forward. When we realized that. Ranching isn't done on a perfect way and wolf. Management is done in a perfect way. We can kind of realize that there's always going to be a better way, and we can improve improve. We can strive for that. Make better better choices for everybody and raising that bar. Dan has now been arraigned writer for seven years. and. He's taking what he's learned and growing. His planning to open a Wolf Center where people from all sides can gather to talk face to face. Perhaps around a fire or from the back of a horse about the things that are important to them. Man Who says that you're right? You're wrong, so that's the whole point of balance. I don't question where he learned less than. It could be from a fire or a flower, or whatever and it's like man if I learned from there and I'll be honored to take that. You want to change the world. You've got to change your mind. As these wolves fees, ancient mammals chart across the landscape once again, making their way through life, perhaps the more open minds in new wild west. Starting with a little help from a man named Dan. On his trusty Horse Griff..
"wolf" Discussed on The Wild
"Almost out of necessity. Had A raging alcoholic father was abusive to my mother. So a lot of the Times I was home alone with honey. Our DOG golden lab and Sweetheart of a dog and Nobody was around, except for animals, and I really bonded with them, then done had an epiphany at the ripe old age of fool. Remember, have it in a distinct memorize for thinking like I when I become a man when I'm five third. When I'm five, you know you kind of that's man. Pinnacle you'RE A man. I remember thinking like do something for animals because of what they've given me over the. Course of. Four and three quarter years, or whatever at that time? And I remember just being. Really, really wanted to give that back. Is Mum encouraged his passion and helped his love for wildlife grow including quite a collection so I had goats chickens. The guavas snakes Your masks. Anything feathered, scaled or furry he had it. So when a job opened up at a wolf sanctuary south of Seattle his path became clear he was twenty and would go on to spend the next ten years rehabilitating wolves. That couldn't make it in the wild. Along the way he learned. All the wants to know about this ancient ancestor of man's best friend. Including the fact that wolves were not for everybody. Then, in two, thousand and eight something big happened in the Wolf willed. A, Female and a male from Canada met fell in love and moved south across the border in Washington state. For the first time in over seventy five years the wolves were back then more came here into eastern Washington from Idaho. Things immediately started to get heated in cattle country. Most cattle ranches were not ready to accept the wolfback a big predator that might literally eat their livelihood. So as the wolves spread West. Daniel decided to head east across the mountains to meet the whole thing. Head on and protect the wolves is feeling. You know Kinda anxious and I was like well. I WanNa do something positive for wolves so? Found a current population pack of wolves, and I put my finger in the middle of map, and I said I'm GonNa. Go there I'm going to do something. You know friends and family like going to do is like I don't know. But we're going to do something..
"wolf" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"That was wolves from a brand new released by jumping Janey. Never mind the blocks. Here's jump Janey. You're listening to the children's hour and we have with us on the line. John Oak Leaf. He is the field projects coordinator for the Mexican Wolf Program at the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Thank you so much for being with us. On the children's hour how many wolf reintroduction programs are there in the US and Canada right now? So I think of three four that are going ongoing or completed and so the active Wolf Reduction Program where you're actually putting wolves on the ground. There's the Mexican Wolf Program here in the southwest. There's a Red Wolf program which is in the South East on North Carolina area. And then there's Active reintroduction that's going on Isle Royale which is up in Michigan where they're trying to recolonize wolves on the island and then there's the famous rear induction programs that they aren't really putting wolves out any more at that the yellowstone and Idaho which I worked on a little while when we talk about these programs. How many wolves are we talking about? That are in these programs. I mean how many do you put into the wild and Wendy? You know that your success fall for the northern rockies and for the Mexican wolves we had recovery plans and so recovery plans to give you a road map to where when you're successful your actions so for the northern rockies. They called for ten breeding pairs in three populations scattered across the northern Rockies. Be and so they did releases for two years and then natural. Reproduction took over and that Cosmos the growth from there pretty quick reintroduction down here on the Mexican Wolf Project We're calling for three hundred twenty wolves over eight years and then the Mexican wolves were almost gone extinct from the wild so we had to start with a captive program captive breeding program that required to build up captive stock and then release them. And we're at about a hundred and sixty today And were mainly focused. Not on growing the population with our releases but improving the genetic stock. So there was seven animals when we got the last Mexican moles seven wolves in total in the whole world. That's all that was left of the Mexican wealth so this is back in the late seventies early eighties. At that time the Endangered Species Act just came nineteen seventy four and so the fish and Wildlife Service. Sanada trapper down to Mexico to trap some of the last remnant wolves and he got some wolves and there was a few samples in captivity. That were there that proved to be your Mexican wolves and so we had a founding stock seven and even the ones that he had caught down in Mexico. Those wolves disappeared and were largely gone by the early nineties. Every gone what happened from there is are zoos and our capital partners. Build up this population so they build up three hundred plus wolves today so that you could release wolves into the wild and still have the genetics staw in captivity where that wouldn't positive to go extinct by the risks in the wild we built from seven was a great success by our captive partners in the zoos and bill from seven to one hundred fifty in ninety eight we start releasing Mexican wolves since the while. Today were focused on the genetics. Getting diversity out there out in the wild and so what we do is we but young pops less than ten days old from captivity in two wild dance so we figured out where the wild will thin is. And put these young outs. And and wild dens it's called cross fostering and then those buffs are raised by their act and a raised like wild wolves and then they incorporate. This doesn't genetics into the population. How do you convince local ranchers and farmers that it's okay to have wolves be reintroduced because it seems to me like maybe those are some of the people who be the most resistant because they'd be worried that the wolves would may be killed or sheep or cows? And I I guess I don't try to convince them because wolves are a lot about how you see the world and so certain people stealing as as citizens of the of wilderness and and kind of showing than. It's a wild area in a wild place and they very much appreciate the how wolf in the wild and then other people they're more Utilitarian or out there on the landscape there actually working on that landscape and they make their living on that landscape and so those folks tend to be more concerned about the presence of wolves and they have to live with them and and there's economic impacts their business. So what I do try to do is work with the ranch. Our shared goal is none of us. Want depredations on live stuff. What do you mean depredations So when Wolves Jill livestock something that people own. It's considered a depredation. Something that person owns we're talking with John Oakley from the US Fish and Wildlife Service about wolves. He's the field projects coordinator for the Mexican Wolf Program. We're GONNA come right back and talk more with John Oak Leaf right after a break. You're listening to public radio.
"wolf" Discussed on The Children's Hour
"The other animals came back as well because they were eating all the elk and deer where they had many many of them because nobody else was eating them before and so they also started being more aware of the wolves and now started moving around more and so more vegetation started growing because they were eating everything which meant more songbirds came in and they will also driving away the coyotes so they were more bunnies and more other animals so the whole ecosystem changed in Yellowstone National Park. When the Wolf's came back and all the other animals came back as well so they are very very important a players in the ecosystem. One might say they weren't only in. North America they were also All over Europe in the Northern Hemisphere. And the coming back in certain areas to their old stomping grounds so to speak what other kinds of keystone predators are there. Do they all work in a similar way to wolves yes they work in similar ways to wolves and they're very important eating the old sake and week? Wa avalon's of a herd of deer and elk for example or taking out there little animals and evading diseases because where the Wolf Sargon for example there's more chronic wasting disease among the deer. What's a chronic wasting disease? It's a disease among deer when they are in one place together. See The wolves. They are keeping the herds of deer and elk moving because they always have to look over their shoulder and see if there's any wolf's around and he can't just hang around and they break up in little bands like for example the the females and does and the their offspring for example then never together in huge herds but humans often put them in enclosures or put them together and in huge herds for the hunters and a feeding them at in villa situations. When there aren't any wolf's around there is a lot disease because they're giving it to each other. It's kind of like right now. We have to stay away from each other to not pass on the virus to each other. It's the same with the an elk when there's too many of them and one of them is sick and the wolves not taking out the old sick and weak ones of a herd of deer elk. Then they'll pass it onto each other and a whole hurt is compromised by that. We have found that in New Mexico as well in northern New Mexico within L. Kurt for example. What can you do to stop this disease? The best way is to bring the walks back because they will. They're the ones that That can eat kill and deere for example. That is sick. They are the only ones because they walls that way. And when they were looking at wolf skills in yellowstone national.
"wolf" Discussed on Criminal
"To stories. About the same family of wolves in yellowstone one is a crime story and the other is a love story for the love story. Check out episode nineteen of our other show. This is love. We've got a link in the show notes. Here's the crime story. In April of nineteen ninety five. A man named Mike Phillips was in a small airplane flying over Yellowstone National Park. He was the leader of the Yellowstone Wolf Project. Then he was looking for to wolves that have decided to head north. They were identified by numbers. Nine and ten wolf nine was big with black for that. People said Look Gray. In certain light ten was her mate. Ten was absolutely enormous. A hundred and twenty two pounds white with gigantic pause. Raider Thomas McNamee Says Wolf. Ten was the very definition of an Alpha male. When you go into a gift shop and you buy a stuffed wolf that great. He looked like one of those nine and ten more research callers the transmitted signals wildlife biologist. Use these to track the wolves when they started heading north very track from the first day and they find them up on the bear to Flato and for five days they just don't move. Just sit there. And then did he storms. Start to blow in day after day after day. These howling snowstorms and they can't fly so they can't track nine and ten and finally there's a break in the storms and they find him at a place called franchise meadow which is way far north. The wolves had left the park the wildlife. Biologists were terrified only two months into their first attempt to reestablish the wolf population in Yellowstone and the success of the plan depended not only on the wolves staying in the park but also reproducing nine was pregnant and her pups would be the first wolves born in yellowstone in more than sixty years but nine and ten were gone and still heading north through an area with very little pray and if they got through that alive the biologists knew that the wolves would then be surrounded by cattle ranches in one thousand nine hundred five. It was illegal to shoot a wolf in Montana. But a rancher could shoot a wolf was attacking their livestock. There is nothing the biologists could do. They felt helpless. Just watching the wolves move north. They can't land and try to chase them south. They just hope that they're going to figure out that they're in a bad place and go back south but no April twelve thirteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen seventy storms and. I can't fly home. And so they don't know where the wolves are one of the Yellowstone Wolf Biologists Doug Smith got into a small plane on April twentieth and went searching for nine and ten. He can't find the wolves they're they're just calling and that's implausible because we'll don't just disappear the next day an agent from the Montana Department of fish wildlife and parks called. Wolf tracks have been spotted outside a town called red launch. So they think okay we've got get two planes and we're GONNA fly a much wider area and see where the hell they've gone but they really. Spring storms are just horrendous. And they can't fly can't fly and fly on April twenty-sixth Doug Smith is in the air and detects a clear signal from nine scholar years. Nine quite clearly but ten signal is fate an indistinct and he can't figure out where it is and then just a minute. He has quite clearly and it's going beep beep beep which when an animal doesn't move for a long time it's a bad sign. Because even at their sleep they move around a little bit of the regular signals. I'm beep beep and when it goes beep beep. Bbb that means they're not moving at all and skuld mortality mode so he knows immediately that tennis debt as Thomas McNamee Puts It all hell broke loose federal agents from all over converged not only to find wolf ten but also to find the person who killed him. I'm phoebe judge.
"wolf" Discussed on This Is Love
"Okay. We're GONNA move again. It really was like Paparazzi. The group of people kept getting bigger. We drew from place to place jumping in and out of cars and then quickly setting scopes on tripods they move fast. Oh He's gone. How is that old? Rv going so fast. Carrigan spotting scopes backout seven twenty four. The Sun is up yours Several of them go ahead. It's a pump last April. Oh here they come. There's a gray. Well look. There are so many one two three four. They just keep coming like a train. All walking in a straight line one to the first two are black. Three four five six seven. They're all making their way across some rolling around in the snow though eight nine. Ten a grey one. I eleven twelve thirteen fourteen. Fifteen fifteen moles. There's more wow. After a busy morning of rushing around we finally found the right spot and everyone finally state still. There were probably twenty people in the group by now. Jeff made hot chocolate for everyone. In his winnebago. It really is a community. A lot of these people have been watching wolves together like this for decades. We were watching. What's called the junction Butte Pack? I was amazed how much rick seemed to know about. Every single wolf in the pack knows a lot about all the wolves in yellowstone and the wolves the came before them because he comes out like this and watches and takes notes for hours. At a time there's one wolf in particular that is fascinated him from the beginning. A small wolf ate wolf ate was one of the original fourteen brought. In during the reintroduction in Nineteen ninety-five he was brought in as a pup. Just a few months old and his whole family was put an acclamation pen about an acre in size and while they were still in that acclamation pen. Park Rangers began to notice that one of the wolves was much smaller than his brothers. The run he was chased around and teamed up on. He was always the last one to eat when the pack was released from acclimation pen wolf ate was about a year. Old everyone monitored this reintroduction very closely and Rick says that the park Rangers were kind of rooting for Wolf Ate. It wasn't going to have it easy and then one day. Rick was observing wolf. Ate Out with two of his brothers. They ran behind trees and when they reappeared. One of the brothers was carrying an elk calf in its jaws but right behind was grizzly bear chasing them. It was the Grizzly Bears L. CALF. The brothers had stolen from him in because it was the slowest. Wolf. He was last in line. Which meant that? The bear was gaining on him. And just as about the bail was to catch up with eight. He stopped and turned around and confronted the bear. He stood between the bear and two brothers and The bear was just several times. The size of the little will but the beer didn't know what to make of this guy and the beer just gave up just turned around and went the other direction but I was the only one that saw. What eight did that is? Two brothers had run off with the Cath and when he finally caught up with them. Not only did they not know that he had saved them from the bear but they didn't share the calf with. That was when I really begin to understand that there was way more than just being the runt of the litter rick watched as eight continued to get beaten up by his brothers pin down his food. Taken away any began to notice that eight was spending more and more time wandering around by himself. Meanwhile one of the other packs of wolves that have been brought from Canada the Roost Creek pack was expecting a litter of pups. The mother was known as Wolf. Nine and the father was called Wolf Ten. He was enormous in on the very day that she had her pops which should have been a time of great celebration and yellowstone. They would have been the first wolf pups born in Yellowstone. Sixty-nine years on that day the Father Wolf was illegally shot and killed. That meant that number nine was a single mother with no help and alliterative eight puffs. That's a very large litter. There was virtually no way that she could enable those popstar survive very young pups have no ability to keep themselves warm to regulate their temperature. So the mother Wolf has to be in the den with them so they can cuddle up next to her and absorb the her body warmth if she was leave the den for too long. When she got back they could've died of hypothermia. She was an impossible situation. She couldn't really leave the pops. They would likely die if she did. But if she didn't leave them she would have no food to support your milk. Production and they would die of malnutrition so normally the park. Service does not intervene in a situation with wild animals. But because a bad guy had killed the father wolf and that family represented forty three percent of the yellowstone will population at the time. They decided to make an exception. So the captured the mother in the POPs in the plan was to put them back in the Rose Creek Penn where she had originally gotten pregnant and keep him in there for six months and then released them they would be about the age of human children six seven years old something like that meaning that they still would know nothing of hunting so the mother. Wolf would still have plenty of problems but at least she would have a chance of keeping them alive if she was good enough hunter. Maybe they could survive. Here's what Rick Things probably happen. Next Wolf ate was spending most of his time wandering around alone trying to get away from his bully. Brothers it was easier being by himself. He'd likely heard the Rose Creek Wolf pups hallway and eventually got curious enough to go see what was going on. We think that one point came around and turn in the in the ravine and saw something that he had never seen before in life he saw the first two hops to come out of the den and the process of being released and for him every day of his life he was always the smallest wolf and so he had no conception that there was out there were smaller than he was so He ran over and befriended those pups so we played with them. Share some food and whether he realized it or not he was being watched by the mother Wolf. He wasn't the ideal candidate to be here. New Alpha male. He had a lot of things going against them including his his size and his inexperience in youth but he was acting benevolently to her pops and essentially she invited him into her family to be their new. Alpha male eight essentially adopt raise those pops like they were his own. So if you came along after there'd be no way that you could tell the difference between him being the adopted father and biological father so pretty much eight in in the course of day had gone from being this underappreciated run to the family to having his own family with a number of children he could forget about what had happened to him when he was growing up yes he was and day not only had wolf ate never seen wolves smaller than him but the wolf pups he was now raising as his own had never seen an adult male wolf before they didn't know eight with small one of the wolf pups eight was raising was called. Wolf. Twenty one and twenty one would grow up to be very big and very strong even bigger than his biological father but he learned everything about how to be from eight wreck says the two were inseparable. They perfected technique of hunting. Were there are very successful. The operate as a team kind of like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid and then they would come back to the Dan in their mother and the new POPs and bring food to them so wolves. A big male can swallow about twenty pounds and then when they come home. They can regurgitate that. They bring it up to the pops they can also carry me but it's more efficient to do it internally when the pups e either eight or twenty-one come in they have an instinct to run over to them and they will lick their muzzle and that triggers the regurgitation. And I say that because when a modern dog sees its human friend coming along the dog wants to lick the face of the of the human and that's a remnant of that behavior from their wild ancestors so that's what it really means. They want you to give you twenty pounds of neat that you just did it the restaurant. It wasn't long before. Twenty-one grew so big that he was much larger than eight. He was a better hunter. He was faster he was stronger but he was always willing to be subordinate to the wolf. That raised him. Twenty-one watched eight defend the packers territory against the Alpha male of another pack the Druid Wolves..
"wolf" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"And I'm like in the back of an ultima you know like There's as reading a profile view. I think it was in rolling stone in because wolf calls herself to the bone comedian. Whose less driven by an agenda than by how the pursuit of perfectly crafted jokes can make her more honest about everything including your own contradictions. Which are those nice quote but there are different types of comedians. We talked about. There are some that are driven to like. I just want to be in the moment. I want to be able to riff. I don't even want to have material there. There's one where like I want to make sure my message is clear. I don't have to be like being funny's not my main goal though obviously WanNa be you know. This is a podcast about jokes so like jokes. Why why are jokes specialty? I mean I have a genuine love for jokes. I I I just think it's fun to make people laugh at things that they didn't know that they could laugh at or wanted to laugh them. And you know like if I'm in a bad mood I can write a joke and it can totally turn things around for me And you never know what people like. There's plenty times when you hear a lot like I can't believe I can't believe you tell a joke about that. And it's like that actually might be the one thing someone needed to hear you know and like that's why it's like with people that have different sensitivities. It's like you don't know that there's another woman there. That was like that the joke I need it. You Know I. Everyone has this weird perception that their their point of view of everyone's pointed. And it's like that joke wasn't for you you know like and that's fine. It cannot be for you but that doesn't mean it wasn't for someone else and I think that's one of the most fun things about jokes where it's like. It can mean something totally different to someone else in like a well-crafted joke that make someone laugh at something that they don't necessarily agree with I absolutely love that. Like laughter's is involuntary and to make people like actually be like. Oh my God you know like. That's that's a fun thing to make people do..
"wolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"Once upon a time there was a little boy who lived in the city city. His parents were rich so in this little boy turned ten. They presented him with a singer sewing machine. This little boy is also industry but coming from a family of means his passions are encouraged and indulged one day while buying okay both of exotic fabric at the craft market. The cashier tells them about this Taylor who's running for President Taylor who supposedly makes the best clothes ever ever closed that only the best people can see a few weeks later. The little boy learns that this Taylor after winning election has abolished the electoral to`real system and proclaimed himself emperor and then a few weeks later while constructing jumper out of a water repellent antimicrobial. We'll poly cotton Will here's the sound of a military parade. The emperor is coming down his street. The little oh boy throws open as windows and sees with his own is standing atop am to Bradley. Ife Tank the emperor who proudly thrusting his sagging belly and shrivel genitalia out for the crowd to see yes. The emperor is buck naked but what you think happens next doesn't just as this little boy opens his mouth our two stories merge the narrative streams cross and with flash and a bang the little boy who shouts out that the emperor has no clothes disappears and in his place now leaning out the window is the little boy who cried wolf is a bit discombobulated at first but when he sees the orange bloated man striding at tank instinct kicks in it takes a deep breath and shouts Wolf Wolf Wolf like I said we all know how the story goes. The little boy shouts wolf until he's blue in the face shouts wolf until he can shout no more but no one pays them any mind well except for the emperor who gives him a sly little wave and a big toothy smile because while it may look look to us that the world's all mixed up the emperor knows that he's got a he's got nothing to fear from a boy who cries wolf.
"wolf" Discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"Once upon a time there was a little boy who lived with his parents and a village on a hill his parents like everyone in the village and the surrounding countryside countryside where poor sheep farmers and so when this little boy turned ten years old his parents presented him with a shepherd's crook and sent him up the mountain because that's that's how things work in this part of the world. This little boy did not want to be a shepherd though he wanted to design street wear at night right. He didn't count sheep. He counted models marching down catwalks decked out in his designs. Obviously this little boy was bored and he retreated read it into his imagination out from behind rocks and trees would jump Wolf after wolf some of these wolves from fairytales some were from nightmares Mary's but all of them were feral vicious creatures who would Russian gobble up the sheep the village dependent upon food one day this is little boys imagination got the best of him he climbed to the top of the tallest tree shouted towards the village Wolf Wall Wall his mother heard him and she got all the other men and women of the village together and armed with assault rifles chainsaws and double fire nunchucks. They rushed up the mountain mountain to save their heard. Everyone was extremely angry when they discovered it was a false alarm especially his mother other for her. This was even worse than the time she caught her son. Modifying undergarments with fringe the little boy tried to turn the situation situation to his advantage he explained to the village elders that what looked like an immature prank was in truth a test of the villages Wolf Preparedness System and he deep being the author of said successful test obviously possess skills and talents that should be acknowledged and encouraged but the village elders would have none of this this what happens next the little boy is beaten with double fire nunchucks unlit of course but still he was forced to spend the night out on the mountain out and alone with no supper.
"wolf" Discussed on The Science Show
"Been expecting wolves to show up personally, I was not surprised at all and wildlife ecologist. They had been predicting this several years before it happened. But why, why did the Walser turn well in the last decades of the twentieth century, there was a shifting attitudes towards notice walls, but large carnivores, leg Lynch Brown bear wolverine, as well. And I think that the story folder species have been that as soon as we stop killing them the population will increase again and they will also recover and they will also reoccupied former habitats where they have been extinct for centuries. In addition to that. The prey base has also rebounded since two hundred years ago, probably nowadays in most western European countries are problems of controlling deer populations. They are getting overabundant so that alter means that there are plenty of food for worst. It's the opposite of what was happening in the late eighteenth century legislative protection abundant food. And the wolf populations bounce back so much so that by the two thousand wild wolf pups were born in Germany, for the first time in over one hundred years, and in two thousand seven we had the first wolf that was observed inch list, we call Stein, that is the German federal states that is just south of Denmark, and after that, there were several other individuals that have been observed near Hamburg, which is just about three hundred kilometers from Danish border. So from a biological point of view, it was just a matter of time before the first specimen shoot appear in Denmark, and appear. They did from October twenty twelve when those Birdwatchers caught a glimpse of the war in the first years, we had single individuals, and they were all made, and that is also a quiet normal pattern when you see population expansion, it's often young males that you see, I, but to move beyond the lone wolf and to establish a new Danish pack you need. A young female and the first female appeared in two thousand sixteen and at the same time she emerged together with an you made also and over the winter, we will more more certain that we had a pair, we could see that from wildlife camera traps, that we brought up in the area, then from that we caught photos at recordings of tools that worked together, and then they reproduce the year after that means in two thousand seventeen so within six months, eight months after they had stashed they reproduced for the first time. And it was very young individuals at least mail was not more than two years old when he reproduced for first time, which ought to indicate that they do that, simply because they had ended in an area where there was so much natural prey from a film recording. We know that they had eight pups at that time, and during autumn, we could see also from field, recordings from trade camp photos that that was at least six of them left, that is also the number of DNA profiles that we have been able to. Identify so far with all his talk day. And a you might be wondering how you get a sample from alive. Wolf Scholley, not taking a math swab well, in fact, we do, but indirectly if the kill prey, and you find the carcass, when it's fresh in when we say, fresh, it's typically within twenty four hours, then from the bite marks you can extract, saliva from the tooth marks. So, in fact, that is some swaps that we're using but not on the wolf in itself, part on the pray that been slain. The other way is through their PU so that just means that you have to find escape. That is Disney fresh in a territory. That's quite easy because they're using this cat's territory, Mark. So what you have to do that is just to patrol the forest Roach, and then statistically, you should expect one scat for every five kilometer. So, so why you have an established pair? That's quite easy to get that kind of gets when. You have stray individuals or migrating individual. Of course that much harder because they are list, local, and even when they are resident, they typically room much larger areas that might be more than thousand square kilometers. So it's much harder to find sketch about sometimes they do, send mocks because that's their way of communicating with any other potential wolves in the area. So, but marks and Phut.
"wolf" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"Jim and jamie dutcher welcome to the show thank you so much for having us brett thank you very much so youtube recently published a book the wisdom of wolves and this is based on a project you all did back in the nineties you filmed from nine hundred ninety one to nineteen ninetysix a pack of wolves and it's called the saw tooth pack let's start for the background of that like what was the impetus behind the project of filming a pack of wolves for such a long time to well i've been filmmaker that specializes in animals that you just don't get to see in the wild mountain lions beavers undersea subjects and after finishing a successful film on mount lions we put together a puzzle with abc television to do a special on wolves and but it just can't go out and find apples and film them in a meaningful way you can but they're so far away there so intelligent that they change their behavior and run away we wanted to be able to get into their lives into their social lives so we set this project up with puppies bottled feed them from the moment they opened their eyes and camped with them for six years afterwards but to regain their trust by being with him from the moment they realize they were here in this planet and where did you all get the wolf pups from the initial thoughts while there was a woman up in montana that inherited or to just took over a pack of wolves that was they were being experimented with in they weren't alaska and she she said if you give me the paca i'll take care of them please don't euthanize them they will the project was finished in they were going to put them all to sleep so she had also seen the mountain lion they'll and thought we could.
"wolf" Discussed on Aaron's World
"Let sense that king remained from the shatt that's what i brought to share i thin learning of bought up to sinn swift era so i thought you would like to see a meal send mizzou zork predator that is what kind of predator the big curie is a dangerous let's find gap scam back everyone styles mummy burki laughed there are only four months all right uh he so cute facts bar flush can i pandiet sure he loves it while he by that's ashish he will by or at least not yet but he is wild to be careful anyway they linda rock unless he from he's from the pleistocene epa incentives dillon they are could die wolf pack lives here in california well to california that existed ten thousand years ago during the ice ages there used to be were to die wolves here in north america in grey wolves too but dose were smaller thankful that wounds blast he just wants to play on how to eat of them it isn't easy they're carnivores and wild so they're always hungry i used double the me only have at home which was a lot of their mom in wolf pack will take good care of them when they get them home dr wolf's large sin is a mammals for food and were these guys come from his plan needs choose from when he's older he'll be able to hunt two which will he be like when he grows up big indian dr wolves look a like wolves we see today but to bigger and stronger they were the largest wolves tim ever walk the earth that's how they were able to hunt really large mammals dyer will still around today no doubt wolves swing extinct about 10000 years ago s wondering ecosystem start to change scientists are still trying to figure out why changed but when it day it all the large mammals they hunted for food.